Protecting the messenger …

Long story short – Hey, Scari Hari!!  If you’re gonna be dirty, be dirty.  But don’t mire others in your muck that have to do your bidding to get a paycheck.

If Ms. Ballard is a mucker in her own right, I’ll likely hear from her again. I still won’t regret the time spent, it may have brought relieve to non-mucker Haridopolos staffers.

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From: Susan Chandler
Date: March 18, 2011 1:55:30 PM EDT
To: Senator Mike Haridopolos <mike@senatormike.com>
Cc: “BALLARD.BONNIE.S26” <BALLARD.BONNIE.S26@flsenate.gov>
Subject: Protecting the messenger

Dear Sen. Haridopolos:

On March 15th and 16th, your assistant Bonnie Ballard used her email address to forward correspondence to me from you that is too similar to your usual automated response to have bothered with, as indicated by one such automated response from March 14th.

By having Ms. Ballard contact me specifically about Sen. Bullard’s bill to abolish the death penalty – SB 1898 – you unnecessarily dragged her deeper into numerous conviction controversies I’ve brought to your attention over the years in which inappropriate behaviors of officers, prosecutors, state attorneys, state experts and/or judges is documented and awaits only adequate oversight to be resolved … oversight which you have clearly made efforts to foil rather than facilitate.

As regards SB 1898 – genuine fiscal conservatism requires eliminating the death penalty: its barbarism accomplishes nothing, unduly burdens taxpayers from the jury selection process onward and has killed innocents.  Legitimate conservatism also requires fully automating felon rights restoration, closing the Internet sales tax loophole, redistricting to curtail excessive travel expenses and close redundant district offices, acknowledging that mathematics prove “trickle-down” is a flaming fiasco, eschewing the “middleman myth” that it can somehow cost less to involve additional profit-driven parties in the delivery of government services, and much more.

I needn’t convert you into being in any way legitimate, I need only to align your public image with facts.  The media has not condensed your criminality into one convenient article or broadcast segment to show you definitively for what you are; they’ve instead delivered slanted information, piecemeal.

The signed, sealed, empty evidence tubes in Gary Bennett’s case didn’t make the news despite Bennett’s conviction occurring in the same location and manner as the upset convictions of Juan Ramos, Wilton Dedge and Bill Dillon, despite the involvement of the notably noisy Innocence Project in all but Ramos’ case.  The location lies partially within your senate district.  The Orlando Sentinel, Florida Today, Orlando television stations discontinued coverage of cases involving charlatan dog handler John Preston – except for misrepresenting events in Bennett’s appeals – after revealing that scores of convictions had yet to see Sunshine.  The Innocence Project of Florida stopped blogging about Preston cases in November of 2009, months before the empty evidence tubes arrived in Texas.

It’s my understanding that anyone can be charged and convicted of conspiracy to violate rights – officers, prosecutors, state attorneys, state experts, judges, politicians and their staff members, even media executives.

Canada has laws that restrict the media to telling the truth … that Americans deserve those same protections will become clear when your character is revealed concisely, showing how much egregious harm just one avaricious man can cause.  Until that revelation, conquer your inability to consider anyone else’s best interests on this sole count – keep your staff out of the flow of your furtive acknowledgments of my electronic correspondence.  Thank you.

Sincerely,

Susan Chandler

On Mar 16, 2011, at 3:36 PM, BALLARD.BONNIE.S26 wrote:

Good Afternoon,

Thank you for taking the time to share your concerns regarding Senate Bill 1898.  As my colleagues and I work through the 2011 Legislative Session, I will be sure to keep your letter in mind as we address the many challenges facing our state.

Please feel free to contact my office if I can be of further assistance.

Sincerely,

Mike Haridopolos
State Senator, District 26

On Mar 15, 2011, at 2:51 PM, BALLARD.BONNIE.S26 wrote:

Good Afternoon,

Thank you for taking the time to share your concerns.  As my colleagues and I work through the 2011 Legislative Session, I will be sure to keep your letter in mind as we address the many challenges facing our state.

Please feel free to contact my office if I can be of further assistance.

Sincerely,

Mike Haridopolos

On Mar 14, 2011, at 7:49 AM, HARIDOPOLOS.MIKE.WEB wrote:

Thank you for taking the time to contact me by e-mail.  Each day I receive several hundred e-mails and I use this automated response to verify receipt of your correspondence.

Although I would like to respond to each and every e-mail personally, it is my responsibility to first serve the constituents of District 26.  (Senate District 26 includes portions of Brevard, Indian River, Osceola, and St. Lucie counties.)  In order to serve you better, it is important to include your name, address, zip code, and phone number on your e-mail.

Should you require additional information or assistance, please contact me at the numbers given below.  My staff and I look forward to assisting you.

DISTRICT OFFICE:
(321) 752-3131 or Toll Free 1-866-896-6885
3270 Suntree Boulevard, Suite 122, Melbourne, FL  32940

CAPITOL OFFICE:
(850) 487-5056
409 The Capitol, 404 South Monroe Street, Tallahassee, FL  32399-1100

Sincerely,

Senator Mike Haridopolos
State Senator, District 26

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About Susan Chandler

Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
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